The historic campus at VCFA offers 19th-century buildings surrounding a beautiful campus green, on a hill overlooking Montpelier.
Whether it’s the vista of Vermont’s Green Mountains, the hilly neighborhoods of a quaint New England town or the view of the gold dome of the Statehouse as you stroll down the hill into town, the charm and beauty of the VCFA Campus will leave a lasting impression.
Media Equipment and Internet Access
We have a large selection of audio-visual equipment to meet your needs, including LCD projectors, TV/VCD/DVDs, screens, easels, conference phones, microphones and PA systems. The VCFA campus offers free wireless internet access.
All cell phone services work on campus. We have land lines available for use, and many rooms have conference lines available. Please inquire for more information.
On-site coin laundry is located in Dewey and Noble Halls.
The VCFA Gary Library embraces both old and new—maintaining a physical collection of 60,000 books and preserving the college’s archival history, while continuing the library’s engagement with modern technology. Alongside the vintage 1930s furniture and a large fireplace, the library houses a computer lab, projection equipment, graphics-quality printers, and classroom space.
The VCFA Store features VCFA products and books from our faculty, students, and alumni. It also offers coffee, juice, soda, and a small selection of snacks. Basic amenities such as toothpaste, soaps, laundry detergent, and water bottles are also sold at the bookstore. Please inquire for current store hours: 802.828.8721
Maps, Directions & Parking
The VCFA campus sits at the top of East State Street in Montpelier. Visit here for more details.
The New England Culinary Institute (NECI) operates VCFA's cafeteria. Named VCFA Dewey Café, the food is typical of NECI's "farm to table" approach to food preparation. Visit here for more details.
Vermont, with its unparalleled natural beauty and quiet New England flavor, has long been a haven for writers, artists, and outdoor enthusiasts. Its pastoral landscape and rural charm provide a retreat from the stresses of daily routines and urban life. While Vermont is known for its fall foliage and winter skiing, spring and summer offer a wealth of outdoor activities.
Montpelier, the vibrant capital of Vermont, offers a sophisticated but unpretentious atmosphere that is a hub of activity and cultural events. The smallest state capital in the United States is recognizable by the gleaming gold-topped capitol building (affectionately called the “bling dome” by VCFA alumni.) Montpelier offers a vibrant downtown life with outstanding restaurants and pubs, intimate movie theaters, four independent bookstores, and a variety of locally owned shops and cafes.
Coordinator of Campus Services
- Bear Pond Books
- The Book Garden